Templeton Robotics wraps up successful season

For the first time in school history, all four Templeton Middle School Junior Robotics teams competed in regional and sectional competitions, and two teams qualified for the First Lego League’s (FLL) state championship. The teams were Radioactive Hydros, Masters of Hydrokinesis, Hydro-Bots and Templeton Typhoons. Mukwonago regional: Radioactive Hydros placed second in the robot games. […]

Templeton band members successful at state

Five Templeton Middle School Band members competed April 28 in the state-level Wisconsin State Music Association Solo and Ensemble Festival held on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. Pranav Karra, snare drum solo, Spencer Margolis, French horn solo and Nicholas Peterson, snare drum solo, earned the highest rating of 1 at state competition. Receiving a 2 […]

Bring items to free recycling event May 19

Cimco Recycling Milwaukee will set up May 19 from 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to accept recyclable metals and other items from community members. The Cimco dumpster will be located in the Templeton Middle School parking lot at the end of Turley Way, the service drive between Hamilton High School and Templeton. The event is […]

Hamilton announces April students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 11 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for April. They are: Zachary Balsiger, applied engineering and technology; Skyler Campanelli, art; Ryan Ciolkosz, business education; Ryan Krueger and Deondre Woody, communication arts; Kaitlyn Tyriver, family and consumer sciences; Garret Staab, fitness education; Kaleigh Bell, mathematics; Megan Jansett, music; […]

School Board accepting applicants for Butler seat

The Hamilton School Board is accepting applications from Butler residents interested in filling a seat on the board. The deadline for application is May 23. Deborah Briggs, who served as the Butler representative to the School Board for 24 years, chose not to seek re-election this spring, and no Butler resident filed to run for […]

Hamilton named Top Workplace for seventh consecutive year

For the seventh consecutive year, the Hamilton School District was listed among the best places to work in southeastern Wisconsin in “The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces.” Hamilton was among the 150 businesses and organizations named in a special section of the Sunday, May 6 newspaper and online at https://www.jsonline.com/business/top-workplaces. Evaluation for the Top Workplaces […]

Hamilton DECA members compete at International Career Development Conference

Fourteen Hamilton High School students competed April 21-25 at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Atlanta. The following students are recognized for their participation and achievement: Shiva Senthil competed in entrepreneurship and medaled for his test score. Andrew Tai competed in travel and tourism and medaled for his test score. Jason Gahr competed in […]

College recruitment presentation to be held May 21

Hamilton High School student-athletes and their parents are invited to learn about the realities of college recruiting from national keynote speaker Jack Renkens. The event will take place May 21 at 7 p.m. in the Little Theater. Reservations are required. In an eye-opening presentation, Renkens will share the lessons he’s learned as a high school […]

Lannon earns state recognition for achievement

Lannon Elementary School will be recognized May 21 at the State Capitol in Madison for being among 24 high-achieving schools in the state. The recognition is part of the Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition awards ceremony in which three categories of awards will be presented to 135 schools. Schools will be recognized for being […]

Schools raise funds for heart association through activities

Students, staff and families in the Hamilton School District made significant contributions to support the American Heart Association (AHA) this year through fitness activities that emphasize healthy living. Combined, schools raised more than $50,000 through Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart activities. Lannon, Maple Avenue, Marcy and Woodside elementary school fitness education teachers […]